Our monthly subscription sensory box for toddlers is the perfect way to encourage imaginative play and exploration through touch. Each box comes with a variety of different textures and materials for your child to explore, plus a helpful guide for parents on how to use the materials to facilitate learning.
Every month, your little one will receive a new box full of exciting sensory experiences. From squishy slime to smooth sand, there's always something new to discover. With our help, you can turn everyday play into an opportunity for learning and discovery.
Variety is key when it comes to encouraging exploration and imaginative play. That's why our boxes are packed full of different textures, colors, and objects to fuel their creativity.
20 engaging activities, one for every day of the week
A helpful calendar to guide you
A special monthly theme
All the supplies you need
Subscribe In December To Start Receiving
Your JANUARY Kit
Our January box is centered on all things winter! Your child will be exploring learning concepts with themes like snowflakes, penguins, and winter weather.
Our February box is centered on Valentine’s Day. Think pink, hearts, and fun colors that bring a pop of color to the winter season.
Our March box is centered on springtime and St. Patrick’s Day! Learn together with your child with themes like shamrocks, rainbows, caterpillars and butterflies.
Choose Your Plan
Receive in the continental United States for all plans!Subscription kits ship within the two weeks of each month. Orders placed on or after the 1st will be processed in the following month’s shipment.
My toddler and I both love our LWK boxes!
My toddler and I both love our LWK boxes! Having a different activity planned out with all the materials already there for each day is so fun + easy!!
We look forward to our box each month!
LWK has brought intentional one on one connection into our home, we look forward to our box each month!
LWK takes all the guess work out of teaching my kids
Learning with Kelsey takes all the guess work out of teaching my
kids, so I never have to ask myself is this too hard? Too easy? Or where do I find one of those?!